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Top 40 Things to do in Singapore

Sunday, April 3, 2016
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The city inside a garden has so much to offer! It’s an island for families and foodies! There is so much to learn from Singapore from the mixed culture. For those who are in love with local designers and bohemian original designs, then Haji Lane is a must!

Here are the top 40 things to do in Singapore.

Love,

Travel Junkie Diary

Things to do in Singapore you wouldn't want to miss!

1. Visit and take a walk through Chinatown 

2. Visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

3. Visit Kim Choo, Learn about the Peranakan History

4. Visit the Singapore Flyer

5. Visit Gardens by the Bay

6. Watch the night light show at Gardens by The Bay

7. Walk up MacRitchie Reservoir

8. Visit Haji Lane, Arab Street and Kampolong Glam

9. Visit Little India

10. Visit Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

11Take a cable car to Sentosa Island

12. Swim in the world’s longest elevated swimming pool, Marina Bay Sands Hotel

13. Visit Universal Studios

14. Have breakfast with the orangutan

15. Explore Singapore river cruise and its famous Quay

16. Visit Singapore Art Museum

17. Visit the Peranakan Museum

18. Visit a Hawker center and taste the different street food cuisine

19. Go on a night safari journey

20. Have drinks at the highest pool deck at Marina Bay Sands

21. Visit The Sultan Mosque and learn about its history

22. Eat in La Fleur Asia

23. Zipline in Sentosa Island

24. Visit Holland Village and Tanglin for antique shops, boutiques and cafes

25. Take a walk through Bugis Street/Village

26. Shop at Orchard road for luxury brands

27. Visit Thian Hock Keng Temple and let the story guide you

28. Eat Pepper Crab at Jumbo

29. Go birdwatching at Coney Island

30. Watch the Singapore Grand Prix

31. Visit Swan Lake in the Botanic Gardens

32. Visit the man made indoor waterfall in Gardens By the Bay

33. Visit Heritage Gardens for a historical tour

34. Take a tour on a remodeled WWII Vietnamese war craft & explore Singapore by land and sea on Ducktours

35. Hop on Segway and glide around Marina Bay or Sentosa Island

36. Uncover Singapore’s heritage trails with the National Heritage Board’s series of offbeat self-guided tours

37. Experience and dine at Lepark

38. Visit Sri Mariamman Temple Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple

39. Bounce at Amped Trampoline Park

40. Race in a Go-Kart in the Karting Arena

 

 

Thank you to Singapore Airlines for flying me and my daughter on business class to Singapore and for Singapore Tourism Board for collaborating with me on my trip to Singapore 

Travel Junkie Diary

A bohemian traveler

5 comments

  1. Lora by Lora says:

    This is very useful. All we ever do is stroll on Orchard Road. I’ll bookmark for next time.

  2. Kamisah says:

    Thank you for putting Fleur Cafe in your top 40 list! We enjoyed ur patronage and hope that more travellers will come and experience fleur cafe’s ambience and personal touch. 😉

  3. Tarik Jalal says:

    Thank you so so much for this!! Thanks to your previous trip you inspired me to book a holiday with my kids and parents at Sentosa Island!!

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